It's one of the best Android devices -- just don't expect true innovation.
The beautiful design, sharp display and light-sucking camera are exceptional, with small gripes in the interface and lack of a microSD slot.
New software meets the old keyboard you loved.
BlackBerry 10 fixed most of the problems, but poor battery and a lack of apps still linger.
Great hardware at an affordable price -- you won't find a better bang for the buck.
The rugged shell and walkie-talkie service make it ideal for outdoorsy types and fleet workers.
For the outdoorsman or construction worker that needs a touch of Android.
It won't make you James Bond, but it's definitely stylish, albeit a bit outdated.
A blazing quad-core chip and a top-notch display make it one of LG's best smartphones yet.
It has features of its higher-end siblings, but you'll wish you'd spent a little more for the X or X+.
The fantastic camera and screen make it the Android phone to beat.
If you care about music, Beats Audio puts it ahead of the Lumia 920. But otherwise, Nokia is the better choice.
It's a very average phone, but the price is cheap. Still, pick up a microSD card -- or just buy a better phone upfront.
Your inner hippie will love its Earth-saving design, but your wallet won't.
Apple does it again -- the fifth time's the charm.
If you're scared of smartphones, Easy Mode gives you a simple Android interface -- but it's a little too simple.
It's a step down from the Lumia 920, but you get a lot of the same great features, at a more affordable price.
The design is elegant and the camera is innovative, but Windows is the question.
It's not easy to hold, but it's the best phablet out there.
A large, vibrant screen, speedy chip and affordable price make it a fantastic mid-range phone -- except for the bad camera.
The fuzzy display, the lackluster camera, there's just so many problems, where to begin?
If you like Windows, look past the anonymous design and you'll see a decent deal -- flaws and all.
Not bad if you just want to call and text, but for anything more, buy a smartphone -- you'll save money in the long run.
It's a superb all-around device and the Android phone to beat.
For the price, you won't find 4G LTE, much less a fast processor -- but the camera is awful.
The rugged design can't hide the middle-of-the-road features.
It takes a while to get used to the 5.8-inch display, but the bigger features more than make up for it.
Despite the massive display, wait on Windows -- there are better devices.